The Demise of Dark Web Markets + Triangulation Websites Making a Come Back




The Online Fraudcast with Brett Johnson & Karisse Hendrick show

Summary: Recently, two of the most well known dark web markets have been taken down by law enforcement. What does this mean for the eco-system of cybercrime and the current landscape of fraud prevention if it's gotten harder to go about business as usual for these fraudsters? Or, does it mean they will work around it &amp; come back stronger than ever? <br><br>Additionally, a large online retailer recently alerted Karisse to new websites popping up selling products from the legitimate retailer's company at unrealistic prices, hosted by legitimate hosting companies. While triangulation is not new, the approach and sophistication of these new sites are. And in many cases, the legitimate merchant is shipping the stolen products directly to the unassuming consumer of the fraudulent website, and not even knowing it. How can companies know if their products are being bought with stolen cards &amp; re-sold? What can they do to stop them? By using an example of one website that was recently identified as a triangulation website, Brett &amp; Karisse walk you through what is being done, and what can be done about it.<br><br>Online FraudCast now has merch!!!  Order a t-shirt, hoodie or die-cut sticker of your favorite fraud podcast hosts today! <br>www.TeeSpring.com/Online-FraudCast-Merch<br><br><br><br><br><br>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a>